Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Patricia Maloney

Thursday, November 10, 2016, 5:30 pm
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Patricia Maloney is executive director of Southern Exposure, an artist-centered nonprofit in San Francisco. She was the founding editor and director of Art Practical and the publisher of international online art journal Daily Serving. She has been an associate professor in visual and critical studies at the California College of the Arts and is a senior correspondent and producer for the contemporary art podcast Bad at Sports. Maloney has written for Artforum, ArtChronika, the Brooklyn Rail, Meatpaper and SFMOMA's Open Space, as well as for numerous exhibition catalogues. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Room 296
School of Art
School of Art
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Maloney has organized programs with a broad range of arts organizations, including 826 Valencia, UC Berkeley’s Arts Research Center, Art LA Contemporary, Cannonball, the Charlotte Street Foundation, Gray Area Foundation, Kadist Art Foundation, the Lab, Southern Exposure and SFMOMA. With Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, she created the YBCA Artist Residency Program in 2013. With the Asian Contemporary Arts Consortium, she created the ACAC Writing Fellowship in 2012.

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